Brent Huisman Joins FLD

FLD, Inc., a privately held automobile remarketing company, has announced that Brent Huisman has been hired as vice president of sales and client services.

Prior to joining FLD, Huisman served as director of business development for JM Family Enterprises’ CenterOne Financial Services. He previously was vice president of dealer sales for ADESA. In 2006 he led ADESA’s Dealer Sales Team to their highest volume year ever. Huisman has also held positions with Bank One Credit Company and GE Capital Auto Financial Services.

Huisman earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa and an MBA from Benedictine University. He is also a certified Six Sigma black belt for quality control. Since 1998 he has been a member of both the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) and the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA).

“My specialty areas are car auction processes and sales management, and I look forward to bringing those skills to FLD,” said Huisman. “I feed off the energy of others, and being a part of a positive, high-level organization will be very motivating.”

“We’re extremely pleased to have an individual with Brent’s experience and drive on our team,” said Andrew Mahoney, president of FLD. “I believe our customers will be well served by this addition to our staff.”

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